ice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff Nick Ayers has reemerged as a leading candidate to succeed White House chief of staff, John Kelly, according to several White House officials and others close to the presidential orbit.
New Yorkers, take note: While you commute in dilapidated and decaying subways, know that Jeff Bezos will be able to rely on a more upscale mode of transit to get to Amazon’s forthcoming New York City headquarters in Queens. That’s because New Yorkers are buying a helipad for Bezos
Hundreds of Central American migrants planning to seek asylum in the United States have reached the Mexican border city of Tijuana as the US military reinforced security measures, laying barbed wire and erecting barricades.
President Donald Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly may be out of his job soon as a result of a conflict with first lady Melania Trump and other people in the White House, seven sources have told NBC News.
President Trump is considering yet another shakeup of his administration, preparing to remove Department of Homeland Security secretary Kirsten Nielsen and looking at possible replacements for Chief of Staff John Kelley
President Trump plans to fire Department of Homeland Security secretary Kirsten Nielsen the coming weeks in what would be the latest major shakeup in the White House following last week’s midterm elections
President Trump’s choice of Matthew Whitaker to be the acting attorney general is running into a buzz-saw of opposition, and not just from Democrats. And now, the first legal action is being filed Tuesday, by the state of Maryland, challenging Whitaker’s status.
Retail giant Amazon has selected New York City and Northern Virginia as its second and third headquarters, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday night. The announcement is expected as soon as Tuesday, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Somewhere between the out-of-patience hysteria represented above and a blinders-on “all is well” lies the truth about Miami Hurricanes coach Mark Richt and Dolphins coach Adam Gase. About the job security of each, Let’s fire everybody! And while we’re at it let’s fire the people who hired the people we just fired!
There is no evidence of voter fraud in Florida. But as Republicans face the increasing possibility that last week’s midterms elections didn’t turn out as great for them as they initially thought, GOP officials are claiming voter fraud anyway
Every time a new Marvel movie comes out, the one thing hardcore fans can count on is a special cameo from comic book legend Stan Lee. Some have been fun surprises, while others have been underwhelming. Here’s the definitive list of every Stan Lee appearance through “Ant-Man and the Wasp” and “Venom,” ranked from boring to Excelsior!
Following Oakland’s fifth straight loss Sunday, which dropped it to 1-8 on an already disastrous season, the $100 million coach said the current state of affairs may keep much of the team’s personnel up at night.
At least seven people burned to death inside their vehicles while trying to escape from Paradise on Thursday as 27,000 people packed on to a four-lane road which was the only route out of town that wasn’t blocked.
As we approach mid-November, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring what it calls a “vigorous” tropical wave. The wave that is moving through the Atlantic has a good chance of becoming a tropical or subtropical cyclone by the middle of the week
Russian President Vladimir Putin said France specifically asked him not to hold one-on-one meetings with Donald Trump during World War I commemorations in Paris this weekend — but he ended up chatting to him anyway.
A brawl between two American Airlines flight attendants during a flight in which one woman allegedly dragged the other by her scarf down the aisle has resulted in a lawsuit against the Fort Worth-based carrier.
A year before the murder of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, officials close to Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman allegedly held meetings with a small group of businesspeople — among them an Israeli — to discuss using private firms to assassinate the Kingdom’s political enemies, The New York Times reported Sunday.
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Sheriff’s officials say there’s nothing they can do after outrage greeted the disclosure that Nikolas Cruz, who confessed to killing 17 people at a Florida high school, was allowed to register to vote from his jail cell over the summer.
President Donald Trump reportedly plans to stop financial aid to millions of Americans in Puerto Rico, without evidence, that the Puerto Rican government is using the disaster relief funds to pay off debt
Florida Governor Rick Scott has filed three lawsuits against county officials involved in the recount of ballots as a Palm Beach County administrator says they probably won’t make the recount deadlines.
Alibaba’s Singles’ Day surpassed Amazon’s biggest shopping day of the year in less than 10 minutes. Alibaba’s massive 24-hour online shopping extravaganza had generated more than $4.68 billion in sales.
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As the FBI agent who ran the investigation into the LAPD’s alleged role on March 9, 1997, the murder of hip-hop legend the Notorious B.I.G. outside the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, Phil Carson knows things no one else knows
The National Hurricane Center has noted that a new storm brewing in the Atlantic has at least a 50 percent chance of developing into a cyclone by the middle of next week. If the conditions to produce a hurricane, it will be named ‘Patty.’
“I don’t understand how Mr. Trump could replace me with Matt Whitaker,” Sessions said. “He’s just a shady businessman with no experience who’s blindly loyal to Donald Trump. OK, hearing it out loud, that makes sense.”
Brenda Snipes took over the Broward Supervisor of Elections office in 2003, she was the figure with years of administrative experience who would steady an office that was reeling from what Gov. Jeb Bush called “incompetence” and “misfeasance.”
In what must be considered an unwelcome twist for Megyn Kelly and the team haggling over her severance package from NBC News, ratings for the Today show’s third hour have measurably improved since she was summarily dropped from the program
House Democrats have pledged to use their new majority to pass gun control legislation, with a bill to expand background checks on gun purchases named as one of their top legislative priorities next year.
Fired FBI chief James Comey using his private emails, hundreds of times to conduct government business — and at least seven of those messages were deemed so sensitive by the Justice Department that they declined to release them
Broward Circuit Judge Carol-Lisa Phillips ordered the Supervisor of Elections Office release the records, which includes the most current records related to how many ballots have been cast in the county, the amount of ballots that have been counted, and any document that explains how many ballots are left to be counted, by 7 p.m.
Five people have been burned alive in their cars by a wildfire in Northern California while officials warn that two other blazes ravaging the southern part of the state are zero percent contained, threatening to destroy thousands of homes.
Thousands of people protested across the US on Thursday to demand the protection of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the possible collusion between President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia.
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A U.S. district judge has issued an order blocking construction of the controversial transnational Keystone XL Pipeline until the State Department conducts further study of its impact on the environment.
Matthew Whitaker, who was named acting attorney general by President Donald Trump on Wednesday in the wake of Jeff Sessions’ resignation, has ties to a Florida-based company that came under fire from the Federal Trade Commission last year
The Trump administration announced a plan on Thursday to dramatically cut back migrants’ ability to request asylum in the U.S., a direct challenge to federal law and international conventions that the president says is necessary to stop a migrant caravan
A federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled against the Trump administration Thursday, saying the government cannot immediately end the DACA program that gives young undocumented immigrants a chance to continue living and working in the U.S.
The race for Florida governor appears headed for a recount, as Democrat Andrew Gillum continues to gain on Republican Ron DeSantis during the tallying of the final uncounted ballots cast in the midterm elections.
“Under the law, the person running the Department of Justice must have been approved by the United States Senate for some previous position. Even on an interim post,” Napolitano told Fox News’ Dana Perino.
President Donald Trump plans to take executive action, possibly as early as Friday, to limit the ability of migrants to seek asylum at the southwest border, an administration official confirmed Wednesday.
Senior Republicans led a chorus of public warnings that the special counsel Robert Mueller must be allowed to continue his Russian Investigation after Donald Trump finally fired his attorney general, Jeff Sessions.